ReD and Worldline, Atos subsidiary for e-payment services, have announced a strategic partnership. It aims to enrich Worldline’s payments and fraud prevention solution with ReD’s specific and acknowledged fraud expertise. Worldline is looking to strengthen its current fraud management and scoring solutions to provide its clients with sector-specific business fraud rules.
ReD’s real-time fraud prevention service, ReD Shield will be made available to Worldline’s merchant customers throughout the world – in France, Benelux, Germany, UK, Spain, India and other Asian countries.
Manish Patel, Regional President EMEA, at ReD, commented: “We are very pleased to formalise our partnership with Worldline as we have been working alongside each other, supporting joint merchant customers in France, since our successful entry to the market last year. Worldline is an extremely strong and experienced player across multiple geographies, making them a perfect strategic fit for us as we look to further develop our market position and extend the reach of ReD Shield.”
Xavier Brucker, Head of Multichannel Payment, from Wordline added: “We have a strong commitment to providing the most advanced and innovative solutions to our customers. Integration of the ReD Shield solution and expertise will enhance our fraud prevention services for Merchant Services online payments globally, so we can offer our clients personalized protection adapted to specific regulations.”
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